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Dacer hints of new legal battle over CA ruling

By SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondent COUNCILOR Alexander Dacer yesterday hinted of a new legal battle brewing at city hall following the announcement that the Court of Appeals (CA) gave Mayor Oscar Moreno a two-month reprieve in connection with the ombudsman’s dismissal order. Dacer, who has been serving as spokesman of ...

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Phinma Cagayan de Oro Senior Highschool launching

Phinama Education Network Cagayan de Oro College. The principals and guidance counsellors from the different partner national high school with Phinma Cagayan de Oro College staff during their Senior High School launching at Mallbery Suite, CDO. The college’s Senior high enrolment is now on-going, offering versatile strands such as STEM, ...

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Oro to experience Blackout anew

By Dave Achondo THE Cagayan de Oro Electric Power and Light Co., Inc. (Cepalco) has release its newest schedule of blackout affecting some parts of Cagayan de Oro city on Sunday November 15. The scheduled power interruption is due to the facilitation of line conductors stringing of a 69KV line and upgrading ...

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Confusion, tension: Ian, Candy sworn in

By NITZ ARANCON, LITO RULONA, and SHIELA MAE BUTLIG Correspondents CONFUSION and tension gripped the city last night as Vice Mayor Caesar Ian Acenas and Councilor Lourdes Darimbang took their oath as mayor and vice mayor, respectively. Embattled Mayor Oscar Moreno’s lawyers said the official has not vacated his post ...

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Oca races against time, asks for TRO

By LITO RULONA Correspondent MAYOR Oscar Moreno yesterday filed a petition for a court order to prevent any move to serve Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales’s order to boot the local chief executive out of city hall. Maricel Rivera, city hall spokesperson, confirmed that Moreno submitted the petition to the Court ...

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Angry San Miguel folk burn backhoe

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent THE tension that has been gripping San Miguel village in Barangay Lapasan here escalated as a still unidentified group, believed to be some angry residents, burned one of the backhoes being used by a landowner in its quarrying operations in the area. Police said the group ...

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